Wednesday, October 20, 2010

fall recipe exchange, part deux: app! dinner! or dessert!

How to have a good night:

How to make it better.  Add:

and two *pop* loaves of Pillsbury Crusty French Bread.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until bread is golden and cooked through.

Eat a lot.  With someone you love.


  1. This looks GOOD.
    Thanks for the recipe for having a good night... and for the dessert:). I'll need to have a *good night- very soon.

  2. i usually use this as an appetizer during the holidays. super easy and everyone LOVES it and oooohs and ahhhhhhhhhs over it. but last night I had it for an appetizer, dinner, and dessert. with a glass of wine. (or two. =) hey, every day's a tuesday, right? might as well live it up!

  3. That looks BEYOND delicious! What a great recipe!
    I am going to have to make this tomorrow for a little get together with my besties.

    P.S. Emma's birthday is on July 1st ;)

  4. Really, this meal (including the wine) consists of all basic food groups, right?

    * Liquids
    * Breads- Carbohydrates
    * Fruits
    * Protein
    * Dairy
    * Fats & Sugars

  5. I'm laptopping in bed and I. Want. This. Now.

  6. OMG this looks fabulous! I think I tried something similar years ago but I feel the need to do this again. Camembert and Wine-oh does it get any better? Love it